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Light-headed, headaches, fullness in right ear. MRI, ENT, Neuro-ophthalmology tests done. Mastoid ear surgery history. Treatment?

I had a mastoid ear surgery 25 yrs ago. About 5 yrs ago I was having server lightheaded, headaches so I got a extensive MRI of my brain went to my ENT and a neuro Ophthalmologist- all test came back normal~ I have a lot of allergies and have been on allergy shots for 5 yrs- just recently stopped. I have been having lightheadedness , slight headaches, and a feeling of fullness in my right ear along with some neck discomfort.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding light- headed ness, headache, fullness in right ear, though all your investigations are normal. You had been operated for your ear about 25 years back.

Since all related investigations are normal and only positive thing here is that you have recently stopped the allergic treatment that may be responsible for this.

It will be better to consult your physician for general examination and to rule out allergic factor as well.

Answered: Thu, 17 Apr 2014
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